FLEx is a tool that facilitates the recording and analysis of linguistic and anthropological data. It provides a wellordered set of fields to record data. It also provides a means of recording a text corpus with the built-in capability to interlinearize text. Running an optional automated morphological parser can make interlinearizing text an efficient task. Grammar tools are also available which allow the user to capture grammatical information. This information is used by the morphological parser, providing a way to check grammatical rules recorded against real language data. The grammar information can also be compiled in an automatically generated grammar sketch.
Here are some things you can use FLEx for:
• Inputting lexical information for the development of a lexicon
• Recording vernacular texts and viewing a concordance of words within recorded texts
• Creating an interlinear analysis of texts
• Analyzing morphology
• Creating a grammar sketch
• Recording anthropological field notes
• Rapidly entering words as part of a rapid word collection workshop
Two screen shots of the FLEx are shown in (1) and (2).